Rounds

Rounds are typically branches, usually with the bark still on, cut into disks about 1/8 in (6mm) to 1/4 inch (12mm) heights then sanded, finished and polished. The wood for these will very. They can also be lathed rounds from various woods, some even glued together, sanded smooth with no bark left.

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  • Round, Beech, 1.5in

    $1.69

    These rounds are cut from larger pieces and turned to a round shape the tree rings are almost straight and look almost like long planking from a ship.  Extremely light and durable these pieces make great bases.  Each is 1.5 inches around and a narrow 1/8th inch in height (38mm round by 3mm).  These rounds are opaque.


  • Round, Beech, Translucent, 1.5in

    $1.89

    These rounds like the yew branch rounds are translucent when held up to the light.  Because they are cut from larger pieces and turned to a round shape the tree rings are almost straight and look almost like long planking from a ship.  Extremely light and durable these pieces make great bases.  Each is 1.5 inches around and a narrow 1/8th inch in height (38mm round by 3mm).  Imagine the effect these create with an LED beneath them on a deeper 40mm or 50mm lighted base.


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    Round, Beech, Translucent, 1.5in (5-pack)

    $9.45 $8.00

    These rounds like the yew branch rounds are translucent when held up to the light.  Because they are cut from larger pieces and turned to a round shape the tree rings are almost straight and look almost like long planking from a ship.  Extremely light and durable these pieces make great bases.  Each is 1.5 inches around and a narrow 1/8th inch in height (38mm round by 3mm).  Imagine the effect these create with an LED beneath them on a deeper 40mm or 50mm lighted base.


  • Round, Black Locust, 2in

    $2.39

    These larger rounds, at approximately two inches (51mm) are sliced into quarter inch rounds (6mm).  The cool aspect of these is that the bark isn’t completely attached to the core but are still solidly connected.  There are more prominent rings against the darker core.  Great for larger miniatures like gnolls, trolls or ogres.


  • Round, Box Elder, Red Heartwood, 2.25in

    $4.15

    These hefty box elder pieces are sturdy and can stand up to some heavy white metal monsters.  These rounds are roughly 2.25 inches in diameter with a red heartwood about half inch in diameter and a light pith about 1/8th inch round.  (57mm diameter x 10mm).


  • Round, Bur Oak, 2in

    $9.65

    The bark of the bur oak round is thick and provides an excellent natural outer ring to this piece.  Imagine your ogre or hellacious demon standing proudly atop.  The piece is roughly 2 inches around and a quarter inch thick (51mm x 51mm x 6mm).  The outer bark is over a quarter inch thick in places.


  • Round, Cork, 2in

    $0.25

    Punched cork rounds that are 2 inches around and just shy of a quarter inch tall (51mm round and 5mm tall).   Add them to the bottom of your miniatures to protect your table or rough them up to simulate stone, brick road, or just use it for filler.  Use your imagination.


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    Round, Cork, 2in (5-pack)

    $1.25 $1.00

    Punched cork rounds that are 2 inches around and just shy of a quarter inch tall (51mm round and 5mm tall).   Add them to the bottom of your miniatures to protect your table or rough them up to simulate stone, brick road, or just use it for filler.  Use your imagination.